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PlayStation 4 Teaser Is Most-Watched YouTube Ad of February

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Posted March 11, 2013 by Leeroy Jenkins in News
PS 4 PIC

February was the biggest month so far this year for Sony as they have officially earned a fighting YouTube title. That is the title of the most watched video on YouTube and it is doing wonders for the next generation console from Sony. There have been several games advertised for the PlayStation4 and even more games that have been pushed back for the next generation console. The graphics are going to blow players out of the water and the games are all going to seem amazing because “fill in the blank” 4 was starting to get a little old.

I can only hope that Sony isn’t stupid enough to carry over old games or just keep making sequels but then they say something like “no it’s cool, the graphics are better”. Something that needs to change is the linear style of games as well, people need to remember that that just because there is a new console coming out doesn’t mean that the same games need to be played on it. If any of you can remember when the original Xbox was the biggest thing in video game history, then when the Xbox 360 came out, you didn’t see every single game just get pushed off, they introduced new ideas and that is exactly what needs to happen here.

We have already seen some examples of this like with Watch Dogs as well as Thief and some other titles that have been announced for next generation gaming. Something for players to start saving up for now is the four thousand pixelated high definition setting that should be coming out with those next generation games. Graphics are going to be pushed to an all new level, but ideas need to follow closely behind as well.


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